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. >> that leaves us the two remaining items in the richmond district and does anyone know how richmond stands on this? >> i will be speaking on behalf of officer tobe moore. >> and before you do. let me officially call the items they are two separate items. let's go back to 6 e, malik aslam dba jack in the box, 4649 geary, extended hours permit amply indication. application. >> it is located at geary and 11th avenue. this issue, this location came before the commission on january 24th, 2012. and then, after a process that involved a lot of community groups, the supervisor's office, residents, sfpd and the owner of the commission, granted an extended hours and permit with conditions. one condition approved operating hours between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m.. but not after 4:00 or before 6:00. now after a year of operation, the operator has returned to ask full permission to operate between 4 and 6. operation at those hours will allow the venue to serve breakfast and i will let sfpd and the applicant take it from here. >> thank you. >> welcome. >> good evening commissioners. >> my name is art briden and
at that time around clement street. we call the richmond district the new chinatown in the 1980's at that time. just being around the tremendous unique neighborhood, and discovering san francisco in the 1980's as i grew up, but i also have been very active as a community organizer. i worked in chinatown, and some first jobs also at the mental health center in the richmond area multi services in the 1980's, and i was also a staff are at the chinatown youth center -- i was also a staffer. a lot of my work has been supporting community empowerment, especially in an immigrant and people of color communities. most recently, i have been teaching at san francisco state. i ran the immigrant rights coalition in the city in the 1990's for several years. i'm also an immigration attorney, and a lot of my passion is supporting in power met for immigrant communities in the city as well. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? supervisor mar: a lot of people bring this up, but is one of the most exciting, culturally diverse places in the world. learning about new cultures and people from different pa
. >> man in critical condition tonight after being shot by richmond police. sky 7 hd sho shows officers investigating the scene. earlier police responded to call of man with a gun on west 97 i hope avenue about the same time police shot technology detecting gunfire in the area. shortly after cop fronting the armed man several officers opened fire. >> disturbing discovery during routine maintenance of tunnel in richmond. what they found could turn into a serious structural problem. the tunnel is the main road natural point richmond neighborhood and tonight it is closed indefinitely. allen is live tonight to show you what they found. allen. >> real surprise. >> this all started out as cosmetic job to cover up those water leak that are seeping through the tunnel wall. but when a piece of coat broke away in a construction worker looked inside the hole, he realized they had a much bigger problem on their hands. >> concrete wall of richmond continual holding back the earth for 101 years. but a pest of the tunnel ceiling broke away on friday revealing an alarming discovery. >> actually
by richmond police. sky 7 hd sho shows officers investigating the scene. earlier police responded to call of man with a gun on west 97 i hope avenue about the same time police shot technology detecting gunfire in the area. shortly after cop fronting the armed man several officers opened fire. >> disturbing discovery during routine maintenance of tunnel in richmond. what they found could turn into a serious structural problem. the tunnel is the main road natural point richmond neighborhood and tonight it is closed indefinitely. allen is live tonight to show you what they found. allen. >> real surprise. >> this all started out as cosmetic job to cover up those water leak that are seeping through the tunnel wall. but when a piece of coat broke away in a construction worker looked inside the hole, he realized they had a much bigger problem on their hands. >> concrete wall of richmond continual holding back the earth for 101 years. but a pest of the tunnel ceiling broke away on friday revealing an alarming discovery. >> actually a large air void inside the above the tunnel. >> richmond s
as state highways. in the richmond district, for example, park presidio boulevard along with 19th avenue and the sunset makeup highway 1 where 11 killings -- 11 pedestrian deaths occurred from 2003 to '07. and along venice avenue as part of highway 101 for more deaths occurred in that period. senate bill 2 19 sponsored by leland yee extends the double fine zones that were established in 2008 to make them permanent. and since the establishment of the double fine zone, deadly accidents have dropped by about 75% along these busy routes. this bill is also supported by the california alliance of retired americans because they, seniors and people with disabilities know that this will help protect seniors and their families. there is so much more work we can do in san francisco, but the board of supervisors i believe should voice its strong support for important legislation like this to support pedestrian safety. also, especially given supervisor kim's comments about the tragic death of a child and the families in treasure island, i'm working also on a number of richmond district fires and i kn
on their new training camp in richmond today. virginia governor mcdonnell and richmond mayor will be there for a groundbreaking service. the richmond city council approved that development deal in november. it will be finished in july. >> that is right around the corner. let's get a check of the weather. >> good to be here. right sunshine. tomorrow, we are starting to pick up on features and our atmosphere that could come together and bring a little snow. let's get to it. let's start with a time lapse we have from damascus. look at that coating of snow they have. a picked up about an inch and a half. they had a little snow. we could see another coating again tomorrow and into tomorrow night. temperatures are not far off from average. 45 in the district. hagerstown 39. gaithersburg at 39. that is the result of having snow packed on the ground. here is our overall pattern. we have a series of cold fronts off to our west. they will push through late tomorrow. they will drop our temperatures for the weekend. it will be much colder. we will go from 50 degrees back down to the 30's
, let me ask, i know that we were asked to delay this for richmond station is that over now? >> that is in the richmond, that is what i am trying to find out. >> good evening, commissioners, my name is rich from the alcohol unit of the police department in the interest of proceeding and the parties that are present, this is a critical one and incident that is continuing. so i will speak on behalf of the limited live performance so i guess dirty trix >> okay. >> i spoke to the officer on the phone and he has no objection. >> is there anybody here that objectsing to dirty trix saloon? or in general? >> no. okay. >> could you speak in? >> with reference to the ten p.m. entertainment. >> yes. >> from what i have seen, my name is john i live on geary and second avenue. what i have seen the reality is that when it begins at ten it always has overflows. >> okay. >> everything will overflow in the area. my question would be why not just make a full evening's entertainment and why not take the full license >> that is up to the applicant. >> this is much more cost effective. >> right.
news out of richmond. news chopper 2 is over the scene right now. live pictures. at b street. we have just confirmed there has been an officer involved shooting in this area. police received a call of a man with a gun. a gun had been fired in the area. this is breaking news out of richmond. an officer fired and struck a suspect. no word on how the suspect is doing or what he was wanted for. an officer involved shooting in richmond. we have a crew on the way to the scene and we will bring you updates as soon as we get more information. >> reporter: commutes taking caltrains expect delays due to a collision. a train hit a tractor-trailer crossing the traction. the collision happened about 2:30 p.m. news chopper 2 shot this video. you can see the cab was pushed away from the tracks. incredibly there are no reports of injuries. trains have been single tracking around the seen since the accident and that led to delays of 50 minutes. >>> president obama offered his resignation today saying his age stripped him of the strength needed to continue. >> he surprised the world by announcing he wi
louisiana. i started with the accordion and went nose deep into it. >> reporter: born in richmond, he grew up playing louisiana french music. >> we played four hours straight and people do not sit down for four hours straight. >> reporter: he moves from louisiana to the bay area during the -- the music moved from loose loose to the bay area during world war ii. their destination, the richmond shipyard. henry kaiser recruited southerners with a promise of a better life. [music] >> reporter: louisiana creoles helped build ships, they brought with them a rich culture. >> it changed the character of the bay area. the greater bay area for all- time. [music] >> reporter: they always brought about the revival of an old tradition. the house dance. >> there was food and drink and everybody had a nice time. >> reporter: in the '60s first encountered this community at a dance hall in south san francisco. >> it was real community, you know? it was wonderful. >> reporter: he wishes andre all of the best. >> i think he is really wonderful. i have gone t
capitán rebeau, está bailando. mason ha pasado y eso deja a myles richmond, como el último competidor... ♪ ...en intentar esta altura. ♪ aquí va. richmond, se prepara, lo logra fácilmente. richmond, imita el estilo de renner, con un leve latigazo al pasar la barra. se ubicó más a la izquierda, así que fue un ángulo peligroso para richmond. la barra es elevada de nuevo y los tres ahora deben intentarlo otra vez. para darles una idea de la altura que tiene esa barra al saltar por ella, es como caer desde la ventana de un tercer piso. ♪ ahí está renner, alentado por su compañero travis pastrana. ♪ ¿podrá pasar por sobre esa altura? ¡sí, señor! lo logra sin problemas. ♪ 9,63 metros y renner lo hace ver fácil. miren esto, está mirando la barra para asegurarse de apretar el freno trasero en el momento preciso para bajar la moto. véanlo, está mirando, deja de girar su rueda mientras cae al suelo. ♪ es el turno de mike mason con su moto de dos tiempos. escuchen ese motor. mason, no lo logra. 9,63 metros, mason pasa por debajo, golpea la barra. ninguna posibilidad
heated debatet of in state legislatures. at center stage in richmond. say drasticy taken.s must be millions of people indoors every day. bad traffic the worst in the country? >> it is true. it is true. >> there is some solid research to back up that assertion. the transportation institutions report found the metro is indeed tops in terrible traffic. >> a lot worse. the average commuter waste 67 annually sitting in traffic. 32 gallons of gas going nowhere. if you really have to be on time for a trip which should take 28 minutes, and give yourself 114 be safe.o >> what accident and my 30 drive can turn into a 50 minute drive. i do not know what they can do. >> lower those metro fares. >> transportation experts say commuters is so intense, mass transit cannot solve the problem. .> telecommuting more >> transportation officials say late tomight be too or spend our way out of this traffic trauma. virtual offices might be the solution. >> when the weather gets bad here, traffic gets even worse. nice littleve you a time lapse. of thethere's any sign sun coming out. voila. clear sky, a
improving the richmond for working families, seniors, and everyone that lives here. >> where do you fall on the political spectrum supervisor mar: mar -- where you fall on the political spectrum? supervisor mar: definitely strong support for small businesses. some have said that in a progressive, and though i do not like the term to much because i think it always boxes in, i have always considered myself as having progressive politics because i believe in a vision where people have their needs met. i believe in equity. when people have special needs, we should be considerate of that. i also feel that working families and the lowest income populations should have a safety net. we should have human rights and equality and civil rights for people as well. i am very proud of being a progressive. >> what do you think are some of the biggest issues facing san francisco? >> right now, there are so many people out of work the local hiring and jobs and creation of new jobs, whether it is in a high-tech economy with twitter and other types of work force issues moving forward and businesses moving
and councilman ritter man from richmond, california, who championed the soda tax that unfortunately didn't pass, but i know that there's a lot of great people that will be there joining and celebrating in the 40th anniversary for the institute's impact in our communities. so, i'm urging you to join me in declaring february 27th ucsf philip r. lee institute day in the city and county of san francisco. and i'd just like to ask dr. schmidt, if you could introduce who is here with us, too. >> yes. we have here dr. [speaker not understood]. she is the director of the institute for health policy studies. roberta vargas as you already mentioned, and ms. paula fleichser who is one of our experts. i wanted to make a very brief statement. it's a real honor to be here to speak to this commendation on behalf of our staff. we have over a hundred faculty and staff at the institute for health policy studies. ucsf is by far one of san francisco's many, many treasures. but the newest discovery for medicine and population health often get locked up in the ivory tower and they don't make their way out onto the st
affecting the richmond and san rafael bridge with maintenance on the toll plaza. three left lanes in the lanes until 5:00 so another half an hour out there. we will look at the golden gate bridge where traffic is light you have two lights and eventually four lanes for southbound with all clear here. kristen and eric? >> 4:31. the search for a former has a -- former lapd police officer has people being anxiety. there was a reported sighting yesterday in big bear which has gone cold and schools will re-open this morning under extra security. the mayor of los angeles announced a huge reward to bring dorner to justice. >> this group, led by my office, is posting a reward of $ 1 million for information that will lead to his capture. >> the los angeles police chief announced that the 2007 firing case would be re-opened. he was fired after he accused the training officer of kicking a mentally ill man in the face during an arrest. stay with abc news for the latest developments in the driver donor manhunt with instant updates of developments on twitter as well as on our website at abc7news
is 46 and walnut creek is 38 and richmond is at 44 and pleasanton at 36 and antioch at 46 and union city 39. in the south by we have 41 in san jose and 36 in morgan hill and cupertino and mountain view is 43 and gilroy is 33. santa rosa is 34 and napa is 36 and north bay at petaluma is 32. sausalito is 42 degrees. the highs today are close to yesterday, maybe a touch cooler. a lot of the mid-to-upper 60's down in the south bay and santa clara valley at 67 in san jose. in the peninsula, we drop to 61 in millbrae and half moon bay is the warm spot. daly city in the upper 50's and near 60 downtown in south san francisco. north bay, mid-to-upper 60's in your valley but notice the benches, upper 50's and headed to the east bay shore, oakland, 65 degrees with berkeley, richmond, and everyone else is 64. temperatures in the mid-to-upper 60's with livermore at 68. tonight, the temperatures have more cloud cover and we are in the upper 30's to low 40's and in the low-to-upper 40's around the bay and to the coast. thursday we have more cloud cover but that is the warm air coming in and you can see
need to know before you step outside. >>> and in just hours, lawmakers in richmond decide on legislation that will affect millions of drivers. good morning. welcome to news 4 today. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm richard jordan. it is 6:00 on this saturday morning, february 23rd, 2013. right now the midwest digging out of another massive snowstorm. snow and ice blanketed most of the midwest this morning. kansas appears to have gotten the worst of it with some places getting a foot and a half of snow. thousands of travelers are looking for flights after numerous delays and cancellations in st. louis, kansas, and chicago. >> the windy city only got around 4 inches of smnow, but i was enough to tie the highest one-day total of snowfall so far this season. it caused problems for people all over the city as plows roamed the streets trying to clean up. however, not everyone was upset about it. of course, the kids took advantage of a day off from school. always nice to squeeze a little sledding in. you know chuck bell is watching this and salivating at the mouth. >> he's jealous. >>
condos along richmond highway, apartments she rents out to people in need. they say she's a generous landlady who helped people get their lives back together. jacobs is one of those people. she believes someone may have targeted this couple. >> and then to kill a man like joe rohrs? >> if they knew him, he was sweet, he was so funny. he was an outgoing man. this was a 94-year-old man. who would -- it was just -- it was heartbreaking to even hear about. >> reporter: now back to the woman picked up this morning, charged in that november burglary here. please looking at a possibility she may have rented an apartment from this couple. what do police have to say about her? more on that coming up at 6:00. live in alexandria, pat collins, news4. >>> georgetown university police catch a burglar in the act. the man they say was trying to open doors at townhouses here on prospect street. police tell us he had a backpack full of burglary tools. after arresting the suspect, they discovered he was on probation for a previous burglary and still had his ankle brace lett on. he was arrested by plain
bar there and i was born and raised in san francisco. i went to schools all in the richmond. >> yeah, the richmond district. >> the same as my father who went to all three schools. my father operated and ran a deli a couple of blocks away from here for 40 years. is he now working with my grandmother up on market and church. she also has a deli up there and she is 85 and still up there going strong. and as a native san franciscoan i have seen the city change a lot especially the haze valley, i have chosen the haze valley to want to continue my family's tradition of opening a small business and helping the neighborhood continue to grow, and hopefully the people can come and have a glass of wine and beer for many years to come. for the past couple of months we have been doing a ton of out reach including talking to our supervisor and i am going to let angel come up and explain what we have done. >> great, thank you. >> good morning, supervisors, my name is angel davis and i am one of the owners of thstle and i am a third generation and we have lived in district 7 since 1954. and i guess
breaking ground on their new training facility in richmond today. virginia governor bob mcdonnell and the mayor of richmond joining the team for the event. the $9 million facility is part of a development deal which was approved last year. the new training center expected to be finished by july. in florida, the washington nationals will give the field today for their first practice with pitchers and catchers during spring training. it's the first official practice. >> we are excited. the team is looking at what is ahead. during nazis and the nationals signed picture rafael soriano. -- during the last year, the nationals designedsigned rafael soriano. the team is looking for some mascots that will be able to run fast. they also have to wear a 45 pound costumes for several hours. applications are due by wednesday and are additions are march 2. the current mascot will spend presidents' day at mount rushmore. they're looking for the newest president william taft. >> adam caskey would be the perfect person. a metro board committee is expected to vote today on a proposal to offer nearly
to the past few mornings. it is 42 degrees currently in richmond. your afternoon highs will be mid to upper 50s. we may even see some low 60's. 68 degrees for cupertino. the east bay temperatures will be about the same. it will be 59 degrees for walnut creek. downtown san francisco will be in the mid 60's. it will be 57 degrees for those of you in vallejo. the satellite radar shows clear conditions and a cold front will drop down overnight and when you wake up tomorrow morning. we will see some instability for the nighttime hours. this will bring in some thunderstorms and potentially strong showers. >> light rain is expected to tenths of an inch. future cast for states by 7:00 a.m. mainly along the coast and the heart of the bay. you will notice the light green on your screen indicates that will be pretty light rain. we will catch a break for the north bay. range just east and south and you could see that we will hold on to some stray showers overnight. here is your 7 their around the bay forecast. will have unstable weather from thursday and friday. we will be back on the dry side for the wee
in vallejo and also in richmond on the way to el cerrito. you can see it is on the way to the bay bridge toll plaza and it looks like those metering lights are going on. once you make it on to the bridge it does look okay. there are no major problems if you drive across the san mateo or the dumbarton. highway 4 is still looking good as you drive between 680 -- 680 and 80. >>> it will get chewed up and there is a slight on shore component and there is still an easterly breeze in place. yesterday 63 and with the addition of low clouds and fog today we will push for 50. we will start 46 and 57 by noon and 59 later on. no doubt about it, it will be cooler but nothing that screams rain. our system that did bring our last rain on friday has moved into texas and the panhandle. look at the severe weather in oklahoma city and snow on the backside of the area towards wichita. our system has picked up a lot of strength. 30s and 40s we have some cold readings inland and a half moon bay is 47 and i have seen 34 near embarcadero. there is more of a westerly flow and breeze temperatures are moderating a lit
mattresses dumped on the lawn. this is exactly why the city of richmond passed an ordinance to register the property with the city. the city of richmond will know who to contact. this house is deemed unsafe, but apparently, someone kicked the front door in and may be inside. on the front lawn, this lovely couch. in fact, couches seem to be the item of choice when it comes to illegal dumping. this new ordinance will give richmond code enforcement another tool to cut down on blight. if you aren't aware, it's what makes your neighborhood look bad. these guys just finished putting up new plumbing at a house that was stripped twice before. now the house has been sold. this means there is home for some of these. but before there's hope, there needs to be help. holding property owners responsible is the help. in richmond, stanley robert, kron4 news. >> if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e-mail us at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.com. >>> still ahead, why the search associated with a killer is now over in the central valley. and incredible video out of colorado. skiers survive being
move westbound out of richmond through the berkeley area through emeryville and the macarthur maze it is light as you make your way to the bay bridge or on the way to the destination, we have no problems here, no metering lights yet, upper deck is good and clear and no problem into san francisco and checking in with bart and muni and caltrain, all mass transit is off to a great start this delays, and here is a look at the drive times, popular out there, westbound 580 from the a passion to the dublin/pleasanton area and highway four westbound, east shore commute from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze is over 15 minutes. kristen and eric? >> bay area freeway traffic on lots of facts and another factor caltrain is dealing with thieves stealing copper wiring. >> you may not think that the terrible rush hour traffic can be made worse by copper thieves but it can be and it is. they target metering lights and our media partner is reporting that because they steal the valuable copper that powers the light, they are made useless. some lights have been out for two weeks. people are
because there are rats running everywhere >> this is a richmond resident who is tired of all the vacant homes in his neighborhood, and let's be clear here. it's not just the simple fact that the homes are vacant it's has a lot more to do with what happen when they are vacant for example this apartment complex located at the end of 14th street and burbeck is unoccupied there are about three locks on the gate and a dog inside this pickup truck cover to keep the unwanted out but outside the gate it has become an illegal dump sight with all types of trash and furniture littering the streets a few blocks away this home is all boarded up so one can enter and strip the home. but go up the steps, yet another illegal dump site next door yet another vacant apartment with old mattresses dumped on the lawn this is exaclty why the city of richmond recently passed an ordiance requiring the vacant property owners to register the property with the city so the city of richmond will know who to contact when something like this happens, this house is deemed unsafe but apparently someone kicked the front d
of siege lines outside st. peter burg and the union conquest of petersburg and the su rend of of richmond and lincoln's famous trip to lincoln. and i was really inkrieged and inkrieged that most historians don't actually comment on this. when lincoln decided to go the day after richmond fell to union forces he decided to get on a boat and go up the james river to richmond. an walk through the streets of richmond. and admiral porter, one of the, hisdmirs who was going to take him said this is a dangerous trip. it's a crazy thing to do. and porter was really horrified when he learned that lincoln was going to bring his son tad who turned 12 the day that they left. and he said to lincoln you can't bring a little kid on this trip. it's-- it's criminal. i mean as a kid we could die on this trip. he. >> which is an odd thing, because it really was a genuine, they saled under confederate force that was still manned by soldiers who may not have heard that the war was over, or at loews that richmond had fallen who still had guns on the river. and i remember calling doris and saying i don't underst
not be alone in this for long. the city of richmond is considering a similar program. the party will go on until 11:00 tonight. reporting live in oakland, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >> investigators say a hotel guest who is in town working on the chevron refinery accidentally started a fire. the fire started shortly after 5 this morning at the courtyard marriott hotel. the richmond fire department tells us the hotel guest put a towel over a cant l he thought was out. nobody was hurt. >> the national weather service is warning bay area beach goers about dangerous conditions this weekend. ktvu's allie rasmus met with the coast guard and the spca today who issued their own warning about what to do if your pet gets caught in the water. >> reporter: throwing the ball into the breakers is a popular pats time. when susan takes her dog to ocean beach they avoid the surf. >> pacific is a deceiving team. it's not peaceful at all. >> reporter: since 2008 the coast guard says seven people have died on the northern california coast trying to rescue their dogs from the water. in november a family
and also in inner richmond as well and we want to look at city wide data on the issues and bike thefts are on the rise at about 3,000 per year in san francisco and $3 million worth of bicycles are pistollen each rather year and we might see that income as people choose bicycling as a more viable means of transportation given the oil crisis. and i also want for stronger bicycling and other mobile means of transportation, we may see that thefting become on the rise and one of the greatest -- are according to the san francisco bicycle coalition. i i wanted to whether as add that there have been some -- including san franciscotion police department apprehension of a thief that took one 14 bicycles last july and a successful sting and the bicycle coalition have held numerous workshops to educate riders on how to prevent bike theft and i'll be calling upon the city to build on these and to look at these kind of strategies to make sure that we protect our residents from bike theft and i'm looking forward to seat research at a hearing of the new neighborhood safety and services committee that
as a sequence --. >> hi my name is michael ash burn and i'm a residental of the richmond and i would like to show you what i witnessed two days after the orderly eviction allegedded by our current sheriff and again this happened january 7th and what you are seeing here is captains cor value lows that is a [spelling?] volunteer and he makes an attempt to grab people and some miscommunications happened as they were moving plant and he used to work for us as an assistant for gregg gar and you will in the to the right a greenhouse communication here is broken down and what we have really just seen here is gardners who are not part of the community planning process that was started when the meeting were hamming with margin at the mc children lodge and we need to start that process again to avoid violence like this and we urge you folks to put pressure on parks and reek to start an orderly community discussion on this to avoid ugh lieness. i have never seen the force in our neighborhood have to do something like this. it was clear to me, watching this process that they were uncomfortable. i
to congratulate the winners of the richmond district spelling bee that included elementary schools in the richmond district. thank you. >> i would like to wish everybody because
. thousand in richmond the search is underway for a gun man who shot and killed a imagine on pennsylvania avenue, a mile from the richmond bart station. the victim's body was discovered around 3:00 a.m. today the first homicide of the year. >> and counselors are reaching to students after a class made died in a shooting in downtown oakland. mourners placed tributes at a growing memorial at telegraph and 20th street. the 18-year-old attended the local high school and was shot and killed at oakland monthly first friday event. so far police have arrested one person in the case. >> gang violence could be to blame for the fourth homicide of the year. two people were shot around 9:00 last night near the elementary school, and one person died, and a second person is in the hospital but is expected to live. police have not yet identified the gunman. >> san jose police are investigating a fire at a marijuana grow house. the fire broke out around midnight. no one was home at time and the fire is believed to have started in an electrical box, the officers found up to 400 marijuana plants inside. the
have t released his identity. thousand in richmond the search is underway for a gun man who shot and killed a imagine on pennsylvania avenue, a mile from the richmond bart station. the victim's body was discovered around 3:00 a.m. today the first homicide of the year. >> and counselors are reaching to students after a class made died in a shooting in downtown oakland. mourners placed tributes at a growing memorial at telegraph and 20th street. the 18-year-old attended the local high school and was shot and killed at oakland monthly first friday event. so far police have arrested one person in the case. >> gang violence could be to blame for the fourth homicide of the year. two people were shot around 9:00 last night near the elementary school, and one person died, and a second person is in the hospital but is expected to live. police have not yet identified the gunman. >> san jose police are investigating a fire at a marijuana grow house. the fire broke out around midnight. no one was home at time and the fire is believed to have started in an electrical box, the officers found u
are basically out of prison, correct? you have grown up in richmond, an area that is labeled gang infested. when you listen to this, how do each of you react? what do think of what he is saying? could you work with him? it's tough love be answered? -- it's tough love the answer? >> we h kind of understanding of one common goal. our goal is to make our communities safe. that is our goal, right? the main thing is working together and to know that we are working for a youth, trying to find resources, trying to make him a better person. some of these kids we work with, they have no understanding of what a father is, a mother is, a kid. those need to be defined. that is what is missing in our society. when we incarcerate somebody, we have to do something for them. i was incarcerated for 28 years. when they come out, they are worse than when they were in prison. the thing we need to do, be in touch with the individuals we work with. during the time they are going to sentencing. we need to provide something while they are incarcerated. you just wait for the time to go by. there is no criteria. what you
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